Posts Tagged: education

Archives and Learning for All – Alicia Chilcott

Read about some excellent examples of learning projects discussed at a recent Archives for Learning and Education event.

Archives and Learning for All – Alicia Chilcott

Read about some excellent examples of learning projects discussed at a recent Archives for Learning and Education event.

How I Started

How I Started – Michelle Caswell

ARA Conference 2018 keynote speaker Michelle Caswell shares her journey to becoming an archivist and archival studies scholar.

How I Started

How I Started – Michelle Caswell

ARA Conference 2018 keynote speaker Michelle Caswell shares her journey to becoming an archivist and archival studies scholar.

How I Started...

How I Started – Luciana Duranti

This post was kindly written by Luciana Duranti, Professor of Archival Studies at the University of British Columbia in which she talks about her fascinating journey into the archives field.

How I Started...

How I Started – Luciana Duranti

This post was kindly written by Luciana Duranti, Professor of Archival Studies at the University of British Columbia in which she talks about her fascinating journey into the archives field.

Events Watch

Core Training – Copyright – Post One

This post kicks off our special series of three posts related to copyright and an ARA Core Training day. Hello, my name is Hayley and I am a Libraries and Archives Trainee for Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council. My training has

Events Watch

Core Training – Copyright – Post One

This post kicks off our special series of three posts related to copyright and an ARA Core Training day. Hello, my name is Hayley and I am a Libraries and Archives Trainee for Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council. My training has

Continuing education – Thoughts on an Archive PhD

In this feature post, Victoria Stobo from the University of Glasgow describes her experiences as a PhD student. I never considered doing a PhD until I ended up doing one. I know that sounds absurd, but I’ve managed to undertake

Continuing education – Thoughts on an Archive PhD

In this feature post, Victoria Stobo from the University of Glasgow describes her experiences as a PhD student. I never considered doing a PhD until I ended up doing one. I know that sounds absurd, but I’ve managed to undertake

Events Watch

What I wish I knew before I started’: Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) Student Conference

Lisa Childs, student currently studying on the University of Dundee distance learning Archives and Records Management Course, writes about her experience when she attended the Digital Preservation Coalition Student Conference on 23rd January at Birkbeck College, University College London. On

Events Watch

What I wish I knew before I started’: Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) Student Conference

Lisa Childs, student currently studying on the University of Dundee distance learning Archives and Records Management Course, writes about her experience when she attended the Digital Preservation Coalition Student Conference on 23rd January at Birkbeck College, University College London. On

Q&A
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Q&A- Digital Preservation Coalition Representatives

Q&A Blogs give you a chance to have your questions answered by experienced professionals. The questions for this post were answered by Sharon McMeekin – Head of Workforce Development and Skills, Angela Dappert  – Head of Research and Practice and

Q&A
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Q&A- Digital Preservation Coalition Representatives

Q&A Blogs give you a chance to have your questions answered by experienced professionals. The questions for this post were answered by Sharon McMeekin – Head of Workforce Development and Skills, Angela Dappert  – Head of Research and Practice and

Explore Your Archive

Explore Your Archive – A New Professional’s Perspective

People who visit archives regularly or work with them on a daily basis realise what a wonderful resource they are – we are the converted. However, the general perception of archives or archivists can vary quite widely. Lots of people

Explore Your Archive

Explore Your Archive – A New Professional’s Perspective

People who visit archives regularly or work with them on a daily basis realise what a wonderful resource they are – we are the converted. However, the general perception of archives or archivists can vary quite widely. Lots of people

Lillian Lindsay

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 2

This is the second in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. My name is Sharon Boyle and I’m the Archive Intern at Lothian Health

Lillian Lindsay

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 2

This is the second in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. My name is Sharon Boyle and I’m the Archive Intern at Lothian Health

Nurse Ethel Miller’s autograph book

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 1

This is the first in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. Five weeks ago I was very lucky to be chosen as the first

Nurse Ethel Miller’s autograph book

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 1

This is the first in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. Five weeks ago I was very lucky to be chosen as the first